I just updated to a new Mac and installed 1password 8. I was using 1password 7 on the old machine. One thing that instantly jumped out at me is that it seems like I can no longer quickly make new passwords. On the old version I could use the hotkey in any app (mine was set to cmd-opt-]) to pull up 1password mini and on that I could select to make a new password, with all options including set length and so on. This made it really easy to update passwords. I'd go there, make a new one, copy to clipboard, then when I used it to login again 1password would catch the new password and prompt me to update the record. Easy.
Now today I just went to update my Amazon password. I pulled up the 1password mini, which it seems like I can only pull it up with the cmd+] so it won't always come up. Then notice there is no way to quickly make a new password anymore. It seems like the only way to make a new password is to open up the full app, navigate to my amazon record, click edit, and generate the new password there. Is that correct? If so, you just made it a much longer process out of what used to be a very quick one.
Am I missing an easier way to do this?
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